Is it just me or John Green looks like James Potter nursing Harry?
make john green find the thing
john green will die when he finds the thing
Is this The War Doctor?
Ladies and gentlemen… I present to you: Olivia Wilde
Part one of a collection of best tweets found in the #bisexualfacts twitter tag.
its true im highly acidic
And suddenly I appreciated Christmas music again.
but he was:
So can we talk about the fact that that means there were 3 Rory’s in the world at the same time?
so where are your precious “crossing time streams” rules now, Doctor
It’s Rory Williams. He came back from the dead 9 times, once after beign completely erased from time. I’m sure there’s some kind of “Well, it is Rory,” clause in the universe somewhere.
Well, it’s Rory.
Switch WHO and DEFINE and we’re rockin’.
Can’t believe I missed this opportunity!
this is it this is my legacy
I want to prove to a friend that he will be dearly missed.
ONLY 360 NOTES!!! WHOVIANS YOU’D BETTER GET OVER HERE AND REBLOG THIS ASAP!!
SOGNAL BOOST THIS SHIT
WHOVIANS WTF REBLOG ALREADY
You were MY Doctor. I will miss you so much! Thank you, Matt.
11 minutes into my birthday and I got two one direction birthday related gifs i have a problem
this is now a mandatory reblog for Monday
a line written by a man who is consistently shocked when people call him a misogynist (via theumbrellaseller)
Actually, this was a line from a speech that Queen Elizabeth herself gave to her army just before they went into battle in 1588.
Wanna hear the full quoted excerpt?
"I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and a king of England too, and think foul scorn that Parma or Spain, or any prince of Europe should dare to invade the borders of my realm; the which, rather than any dishonour shall grow by me, I myself will take up arms, I myself will be your general, judge, and rewarder of every one of your virtues in the field.”
So not only is this line a little historic inside-joke, and an actual quote said by the woman herself, but it’s literally Queen Elizabeth speaking to her troops about how although she is physically unable to fight and may be dismissed for being a woman, she’s still equal to a man when judged by her heart, soul and inner strength, and she’ll remain standing by her army and show her courage that way.
I know that it’s easy to accuse Moffat of sexism on several occasions, but this isn’t one of them. If anything, it’s neat that he gave a nod to this speech so that it can be further remembered within pop culture. Instead, this speech requires the Words Win Wars theme or something.